The next edition of the twin island republic’s investment and business promotion magazine – “Invest Trinidad and Tobago” is being readied for publication.
The full-colour magazine, produced in collaboration with the Ministry of Trade, Industry, Investment and Communications, will be the third edition produced by Toute Bagai Publishing Company (TBP).
Toute Bagai, which also publishes MACO Magazines, said the new issue is scheduled for release in April 2015.
Focused on attracting, facilitating and maintaining investment in Trinidad and Tobago, the bi-annual publication is key to the marketing strategy of InvesTT and increases the outreach to investors seeking opportunities in Trinidad and Tobago.
“This is Trinidad and Tobago’s investor calling card,” declared Senator Vasant Bharath, Minister of Trade, Industry, Investment and Communications.
“The magazine affords one the prime opportunities to assess the sectors within which one can channel his/her discretionary investment dollar for maximum return. It also positions our country as being ready and open for business, with an attractive risk-reward profile,” Minister Bharath added.
The magazine features success stories, profiles of investment opportunities from the business environment in Trinidad and Tobago, as well as vignettes on the quality of life in the country.
The minister lauded the magazine’s emphasis on keeping potential investors informed and up-to-date with specific projects such as the proposed Piarco Aeropark, newly available industrial space at Tamana Intech Park, InvesTT’s investor services, and the expected injection of foreign direct investment into Tobago.
Managing Director of TBP Neysha Soodeen said her company was pleased to publish stories in the magazine which touch on all issues of interest to investors.
“From the life of an expat settling in Trinidad, the investment potential of our sister isle Tobago, to fast facts on our twin island Republic, the magazine also shines focus on Trinidad’s key agencies and some of its world renowned brands,” said Soodeen.
Distribution channels for the print version of “Invest Trinidad and Tobago” include local, regional and international stakeholders as well as through partnerships with overseas missions, embassies and consulates.